July 27, 2021
In episode for of Thanks, I Hate It! Brittany and Windsor talk about their lives and experiences whilst discussing the broader view of poverty, specially how we know it in the states, as a whole. This is another two part episode on Thursday part 2 will be released. (Part one did end rather abruptly as Windsor's computer decided it wanted to stop working, but we'll be back on Thursday!
Special thanks to capitalism and trickle down economics for keeping our pockets empty.
July 15, 2021
In the second part of episode 53 Windsor and Brittany talk toxic masculinity with roots in homophobia in Hollywood and the misconceptions in the Black community.
Special thanks to rum for getting Windsor absolutely toasted and still this edited on time. We love to see it.
July 13, 2021
In Episode 53 of Thanks, I Hate It! Brittany and Windsor discuss toxic masculinity (first of a few episodes on this topic) with a focus on associated homophobia. This is a two part episode, part two will be released on Thursday.
Special Thanks to Kool-Aid and vodka for making Windsor extra shit faced this week.
July 6, 2021
This week, Brittany and Windsor discuss confessions. We give rationalizations for confessing, information on false confessions, and then share some personal confessions of our own.
Special guests include: Poorly sung renditions of Usher's "Confessions Part 2", The postcard of Sneha Phillip, and Post Secret (Address Below)
28241 Crown Valley Pkwy F224
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Hit us up with your confessions on:
Sources on our website
June 22, 2021
It's the 50TH EPISODE of Thanks, I Hate It. This week Brittany and Windsor talk about some prominent figures in LGBTQ history (and history in general). We discuss Rachel Maddow, Sylvia Rivera, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, Harvey Milk, Christine Jorgensen, Stormé DeLarverie, Karl Henrich Ulrichs, and Oscar Wilde.
We only scratch the surface and you can expect many more excellence episodes!
Thank you all for allowing up the platform and the support to bring 50 episodes to you all. We love you!
June 15, 2021
This week, Brittany and Windsor discuss the past, present, and future of Juneteenth, an integral day in American history. Brittany gives the history of Juneteenth and discusses the traditions while Windsor discusses ways in which allies can obtain and use information to increase their understanding of Black Independence Day.
Sources: on website @
June 8, 2021
In episode 48 of Thanks, I Hate It, Brittany and Windsor discuss the best decade of the 1900s - the 90s. Be warned, there's lots of singing, reminiscing, and wheeze laughing. It's a good time - a long time, but a good time.
This episode is brought to you by wind breakers, side ponies, butterfly clips, and colorful Reeboks with the stars.